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Dashboards and Visualization

A TDWI Certificate Track

Virtual Classroom
Oct 31–Nov 2, 2022
9:00am – 5:00pm CT

Mark Peco

Mark Peco

Analytics Consultant and Instructor

The TDWI Dashboards and Visualization seminar prepares students to deliver powerful information dashboards at any scale—from personal or departmental solutions built with self-service tools to professionally engineered enterprise solutions that incorporate advanced analytics and machine learning.

During this three-day seminar, students will learn how to take business challenges and translate them into requirements for effective information dashboards. Attendees will also learn how to define key performance indicators for any decision maker based on performance management principles and how visualization standards ensure insights are communicated clearly and translated into action

Attend the TDWI Dashboards and Visualization seminar and learn how to drive measurable business impact from data.

  • Monday, October 31

    Gathering requirements for BI and analytics systems is more difficult than for operational systems. Without the specifics of business transactions, scheduled reports, and prescribed business rules, it is difficult to know where to start and how to proceed. The skill set for the BI requirements analyst includes techniques to identify requirements, tools to manage requirements, and checklists to ensure completeness.

    Requirements processes vary widely for BI and analytics projects. Waterfall, iterative, agile, and DevOps projects each approach requirements differently. More established BI objectives such as dashboards, scorecards, and OLAP have tangible business requirements, while those for advanced analytics applications can be vague and elusive. A skilled requirements analyst must embrace a range of requirements processes from elicitation to discovery.

  • Tuesday, November 1

    Information dashboards are an essential modern method for delivering information and intelligence. Dashboards range from local and individual dashboards developed using self-service BI tools to enterprise dashboards engineered, implemented, and supported by BI and IT organizations. Whether you are developing dashboards for local use or for enterprise performance management, careful dashboard design is critical for delivering valuable insight and preventing damaging misinformation. Dashboard developers need to understand measurement concepts, data visualization principles, user interface design, and much more.

  • Wednesday, November 2

    Data visualization has rapidly become a critical part of business analytics and business communications. Without visualization, the numbers and statistics of analytics are difficult to interpret and incomprehensible to many who need to turn data into knowledge. The advent of big data, with the increasing volume and velocity of data, requires visualization as a technique to compress large volumes of data into digestible presentations and to observe streaming data in motion.

    Elegant and well-designed data visualizations often appear to be easy because skilled visual developers are able to hide the complexities and the hard work behind the scenes. Business intelligence and business analytics professionals need to communicate as effectively in visual forms as they do with their verbal and written communication skills. Get started by learning the fundamentals of data visualization.

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Discounts

  • Early Bird Discounts

    Receive a 20% discount if you register by Sep. 2.
    Receive a 10% discount if you register by Oct. 1.

  • Member Discount

    Receive a 10% discount on your registration. Membership status will be validated when your registration is processed.

  • Team Discounts

    Teams of 3–9 people save 10% by using code TEAM. Groups of 10 or more will save 20% with code TEAM20.

REFUND AND CANCELLATION: You may substitute one person in your place by contacting registration@tdwi.org at least five business days prior to the event. If you must cancel all or part of your registration, your refund request must be sent to registration@tdwi.org no later than 10 business days prior. Your fee will be returned, less a 20% cancellation fee. No refunds will be issued within 10 days of the event.

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